How To Install Dig in Ubuntu Linux | devnulled [devnulled.com]. Ran across this issue on a VPS server, figured I’d link it to spread the wealth. Also installs nslookup and probably some other packages as well.
Posts By: Aaron Seibert
This solution will provide a virtual hosting solution using Virtual Name-Based Apache, and vsftpd with virtual users and forced SSL Connections. EDIT: I changed the VSFTPD daemon to run as www-data instead so the virtual directories could be written to by apache. First, we must install the necessary packages: apt-get update apt-get install vsftpd mysql-server… Read more »
So been wanting a way to edit my google calendar from Korganizer. And here’s how: sudo apt-get install libgcal-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libxml2-dev ca-certificates kde-devel kdepimlibs-dev xsltproc wget http://libgcal.googlecode.com/files/akonadi-googledata-1.0.1.tar.bz2 tar xvf akonadi-googledata-1.0.1.tar.bz2 cd cmake cmake .. make sudo make install echo “export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH” >> ~/.bashrc source ~/.bashrc cd calendar sudo make install Push alt-f2, search for akonadi,… Read more »
Came across http://www.startssl.com. Actually, was referred by a co-worker. They offer free SSL certificates, as well as S/Mime. Only browsers that I’ve tested so far that does not have their root certificate installed are Opera and Konqueror. Haven’t found any other issues thus far.
So the other day I was in IRC and someone had brought up a problem where they created a new Administrative user, but didn’t have rights to use ‘sudo’. Looked into the problem a little bit to figure out what was wrong, and it turns out that when you create a new user through the… Read more »